If I Had A Dog...


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  1. Awesome. Let's name him Skittles.

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  2. You posted it and I laughed, which means we're both goin' to hell.

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  3. This has to go on my Facebook page!

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  4. Omigosh! Funniest thing I've read all day!!

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  5. He will go down in history as the dog-eating president.

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  6. Sorry, now I feel like dog meat.

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  7. I think I just laughed for a good minute over this!

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  8. Doggone it, I Love this, Patrick!
    I'm sharing!
    --Laura

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  9. Me too, Thomas L. McD!

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  10. Blackrep at 12:24, You get the Gold Star! Thanks for the LOL!!

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  11. OMGosh! That is so politically incorrect on so many levels! Ha,ha!

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  12. How about some respect for the President even if we don't agree with his policies?

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  13. Can't stop laughing, even though I know I should.

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  14. Anonymous said...
    How about some respect for the President even if we don't agree with his policies?


    Yeah! I don't agree with the policy of eating dog, either. Where's PETA when you need them?? I'd like to see some respectable, humane discourse on this subject for a change.

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  15. "How about some respect for the President even if we don't agree with his policies?"

    That boat sailed after he attacked my church. (Not to mention the MSM's 8 year long assault on Pres. Bush.)

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  16. This needs to go viral. Its too good not to.

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  17. "Let's name him Skittles."

    Speaking of politicians and dogs, that name is already taken... by the dog that former Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich got his daughters for Christmas after his arrest on corruption charges in 2008, to take their mind off the situation. I believe he got them a second dog before he went off to federal prison for 14 years.

    Elaine

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  18. New Obama Campaign Theme ....How Much Is That Doggie In The Window

    http://rightwingfringe.blogspot.com/

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  19. Gosh, Hope I'm never attacked for what my parents fed me.

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  20. I was checking reading list and laughed so hard I started choking! OMIGOSH!

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  21. When the President used the killing of a black youth for his own political advantage by creating inter-racial tension, he sort of made himself fair game for such mockery.

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  22. President Obama exploited the killing of a young man for political advantage. CMR rightfully criticised him for doing so.

    Yet, CMR then exploits the killing of a young man to poke fun at the president and get a few laughs from its readers.

    Sorry, guys, I think you blew it on this one.

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  23. He was a child in a country where people eat dog. People eat dogs in many countries -- China, Vietnam, even Switzerland -- and he was a KID. Romney was an ADULT torturing a dog in a country where normal folks don't torture dogs. FYI -- your ignorance is showing. That's never funny. Just makes you look kind of dumb. And not so "creative."

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  24. He didn't torture a dog....give me a break. Do you even own a dog? If you did, you'd know that dogs LOVE riding in vehicles, sticking their heads out the window, etc. Hunting dogs ride in little cages in the back of trucks...torture?? Nope!

    And...if it was a kid thing, why did he (or Bill Ayers) make it important by mentioning it in his book?

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  25. Actually no. Their diplomats are saying that its not common to eat dog, that you have to go out of your way to do so.

    So you're the ignorant one.

    And dumb. People are just having fun with this, its a joke, and there you are, clutching your pearls. Lighten up.

    And really. "Torturing a dog" by having him ride up top? What a drama queen.

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  26. "CMR then exploits the killing of a young man to poke fun at the president and get a few laughs from its readers."

    Try again. CMR is exploiting the president's exploitation of Martin.

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  27. "How about some respect for the President even if we don't agree with his policies?"

    Nope, we're too busy clinging to our guns and religion.

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  28. "Romney 2012. So we don't have eat Rover."

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  29. Harry Truman: if you want a friend in Washington, get a dog

    Barack Obama: (left to the readers imagination.)

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  30. I'm thinking that "Bo" just got a little more nervous around Obama these days after he heard about Obama's past.

    He no longer hides in the kitchen...

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  31. I'm thinking that "Bo" just got a little more nervous around Obama these days after he heard about Obama's past.

    He no longer hides in the kitchen...

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  32. Perhaps that is the ultimate purpose of Obama policies to destroy the economy and the country.

    So we can all experience the joy of eating Rover.

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  33. Anonymous,

    "Try Again. CMR is exploiting the president's exploitation of Martin."

    Of course, CMR is exploiting the president's exploitation of Martin. But, the dog in the hoodie is an obvious parody of the pictures of Martin in a hoodie. So, yes, that's exploiting Martin and his tragic killing.

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  34. Boo-hoo.

    You're the one exploiting Martin - using his death as a political prop to silence speech you don't like.


    "Martin and his tragic killing"

    Martin's tragic killing? Who did Martin kill? You meant tragic *death*. You wouldn't have made that mistake if you actually cared about his death. Instead of lacing your narrative with hyperbole to make it more than it is.

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  35. No kidding. Like the guy actually gives a damn that Martin is dead. 9,000 black youths are killed by other black youths each year, but its Martin's death that has his panties bunched?

    The "poor little Martin" crowd isn't genuinely concerned about his death, their concern is how much political traction they can get out of it.

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  36. Thousands of blacks murdered by their own each year yet noone knows their names. Does it really take a person of a different race to kill one to give them validity of existence and a name? To me that seems to be the real crime.
    If Zimmerman is guilty of murder fry him. If Zimmerman is innocent of murder due to defending his life, set him free. Let the facts speak there not the innuendo of racist crowds on both sides.

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  37. This is going viral...

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  38. I think Romney got a bad rap for his dog riding on the car. How many dogs ride in the back of trucks? How many doggies to you see riding half way out of the car window to feel the breeze?

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  39. What?!

    They couldn't find a BLACK Lab wearing a hoodie?!

    That's so racist!

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  40. From now on, I'm going to refer to President Obama as the Dog-Eater-in-Chief.

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  41. As soon as I can stop laughing, I'm sending this to everyone I know.

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  42. Skittles and Arizona Teas new spokesdog! ROTFL!

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  43. Rebeccah-No you need to refer to the President as Bark Obama.

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  44. Man, you can really tell when Lefties are in a panic over their messiah. All of a sudden it's "hey show some respect" and "I thought you were funny before, but this is over the line". Of course it's funny, but Leftists have absolutely no sense of humor. Whether it's pouring hatred on some conservative, or falling on their sword for Obama, there's no humor allowed.

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  45. I love dogs, have a wonderful, smart Sheltie I would never strap to the top of the car or even consider eating if starving. I do not condone what Romney did, at the very least the windchill had to be really bad for the poor dog... and I don't condone eating dog meat no matter where it's served... but this really cracked me up. Best belly laugh I've had since the photoshop I saw yesterday of POTUS chasing Bo with knife and fork in hands.

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  46. Sen. Kennedy: Mr. President, I think you should get a Portugese Water Dog.

    Pres. Obama: Thanks Ted, sounds good!

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  47. "I do not condone what Romney did, at the very least the windchill had to be really bad for the poor dog"

    As I understand it, Romney put up a windshield in front of the cage on top of the car to keep the wind from blowing too hard on Seamus and it also probably helped with gas mileage from decreased wind resistance.

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  48. Where is Al Barkton?

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  49. Anonymous said...
    How about some respect for the President even if we don't agree with his policies?

    Surely you don't mean the same kind of "respect" you libturds afforded George W bush when He too was President?

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  50. He was a child in a country where people eat dog. People eat dogs in many countries -- China, Vietnam, even Switzerland -- and he was a KID. Romney was an ADULT torturing a dog in a country where normal folks don't torture dogs. FYI -- your ignorance is showing. That's never funny. Just makes you look kind of dumb. And not so "creative."

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    ahahahahah Swiss eat dogs. I've heard it all now.

    Have you ever been more than 5 miles from your trailer, slope-brow? All of your knowledge is from wikipedia and it shows.

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  51. Anonymous,

    "Try Again. CMR is exploiting the president's exploitation of Martin."

    Of course, CMR is exploiting the president's exploitation of Martin. But, the dog in the hoodie is an obvious parody of the pictures of Martin in a hoodie. So, yes, that's exploiting Martin and his tragic killing.

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    If you cry like a bitch any more you'll be in danger of ending up on Barack's menu

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  52. First, to the Anonymous out there who doesn't know English: "killing" is also a noun, as in "the act of causing death; slaying." So, the phrase, "Martin's tragic killing" is perfectly correct English.

    Second, to the Anonymous out there who assumes that finding this post in poor taste and exploitative of Martin's death means I only care about Martin's death because he was killed by someone who wasn't black, I remind you that the post was a parody of Obama's statement and Martin's death, which is why the comment was about Martin.

    If you guys or girls aren't going to bother with serious arguments, but instead rely on insult and ad hominems, there's no point in going on. I'll move on and you can pat yourselves on the back for (once again, no doubt) ridding a conversation of those interested in the intelligent exchange of ideas.

    I would respectfullyt encourage the Archbald's, however, to consider the kind of responses they've received to this post and ask if the racism, cursing and insults is what faithful Catholics ought to expect from a blog that claims its inspiration from the Holy Father's exhortation to challenge the culture with the gospel of Christ. You're the ones ultimately responsible for the Catholic demeanor of your blog. Think about it.

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  53. SPImmortal,
    I think most conservatives would agree that civilized discourse is the preferred method. It's difficult, though, when we are then we are reviled with foul language and accusations of racism, told to f-off, called fruit cakes(and that's putting it nicely) and generally being maligned when drying to present our cases in kind of cogent manner. I'm coming off of 40+ years of being a liberal and just recently joined the conservative movement because of this president's policies. Even as a young "hippie chick", I knew that it was the constitution that gave me the right to speak my peace - it is disturbing to me that a party I once respected has turned into a party I no longer recognize. The intolerance of today's liberals has nothing to do with my beliefs. This president has nothing to offer me or my daughter other than a diminished lifestyle and more government control over my life. I cannot tolerate it and I will not tolerate it.

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  54. Did you guys know this post was linked by Instapundit this morning (at 7:47 am)? Congrats! You have amused the Blogfather!

    http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/

    Clare

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  55. I've never seen as many Morons as all the Right-Wing Idiots posting their Inane comments on this Dumb Blog. It's like eavesdropping on private conversations in an insane asylum. I knew that Conservatives were Imbeciles. But I've rarely seen that fact demonstrated so overwhelmingly as reading all the Brain-Dead, Medieval comments on this Blog.

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  56. The erudite Mr. CJP evidently runs a blog called "Conservatives are America's Real Terrorists." If only there were more people with CJP's obviously masterful grasp of politics and class to teach more of us morons a lesson. He would, I'm sure, but the drivers at the window are getting antsy. Those burgers aren't gonna serve themselves,

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  57. Simply fabulous! I'm lovin' it! "We are ALL Trayvon now!" barks the canine corps...

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  58. "barks the canine corps..."

    Shouldn't that be canine corpse?

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  59. Will zero whizz on a fire hydrant?

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  60. And Moochelle says; "Let them eat dog..."

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  61. Personalized pooper scoopers for EVERYONE!

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  62. That CJP comment is even more hilarious than the post!! Brilliant parody of the absurdity, vacuousness of the preaching of the PC liberal!

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  63. Patrick, Awesome!

    *I'll move on and you can pat yourselves on the back for (once again, no doubt) ridding a conversation of those interested in the intelligent exchange of ideas.*

    Now you want to talk... LMAO!

    As the datechguyblog says:
    Ride right through them, They’re demoralized as hell!

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  64. Well Mr. Anonymous did you say the same thing about respecting President Bush even though you didn't respect his policies. I suspect not. And as for Romney knowingly torturing his dog 30 years ago, I sincerely doubt the dog was harmed.
    At least he wasn't waterboarded. Just think how terrible it would have been if he had gotten some water up his nose.

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  65. "First, to the Anonymous out there who doesn't know English: "killing" is also a noun, as in "the act of causing death; slaying." So, the phrase, "Martin's tragic killing" is perfectly correct English."

    No. "Death" has a neutral connotation. "Killing" does not. And I never said it wasn't correct English, I said you were lacing your English with hyperbole to make it more dramatic.

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  66. "If you guys or girls aren't going to bother with serious arguments, but instead rely on insult and ad hominems, there's no point in going on"

    Hysterical. The ONLY reason this ad hom is in play is to counter the ad hom Team Obama launched against Romney to distract from Obama's poor handling of the economy. You wanted to talk about dogs, so we're talking about dogs.

    You're like the school yard bully that runs to teacher because someone finally punched back.

    But don't fret. We'll be having serious discussions about the economy all summer.

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  67. "Second, to the Anonymous out there who assumes that finding this post in poor taste and exploitative of Martin's death means I only care about Martin's death because he was killed by someone who wasn't black"

    You've been using Martin's corpse as a political prop. Now you want to lecture us that its in "poor taste"... 9,000 black youths killed every year but its Martin that has your attention? Ask yourself why.

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  68. I put it on my FB page and a firestorm ensued! It was a JOKE for crying out loud and one of my lefty friends was ranting about Bush (both), Cheaney, Palin and (going back 30 years or so) Reagan! 24 hours later and the argument is still ongoing, but I've bowed out. It was a joke. And a dang funny one at that.

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